© 2023 KPCW

KPCW
Spencer F. Eccles Broadcast Center
PO Box 1372 | 460 Swede Alley
Park City | UT | 84060
Office: (435) 649-9004 | Studio: (435) 655-8255

Music & Artist Inquiries: music@kpcw.org
News Tips & Press Releases: news@kpcw.org
Volunteer Opportunities
General Inquiries: info@kpcw.org
Listen Like a Local Park City & Heber City Summit & Wasatch counties, Utah
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Heber City Council holds retreat to set 2023 priorities

heber city council 2022.jfif
Heber City
(From left): Heber City Councilman Scott Phillips, Councilman Mike Johnston, Mayor Heidi Franco, Councilman Ryan Stack, Councilwoman Rachel Kahler, and Councilwoman Yvonne Barney

Two nights this week, Heber City government will hold a retreat to determine what it hopes to accomplish in 2023.

In the 2023 Heber City council retreat, council members will meet with city staff about goals for the year and how the council will allocate its budget.

City Manager Matt Brower will lead most of the presentations Tuesday, which cover infrastructure, water conservation and the Mayflower Mountain Resort. On Wednesday, city council and staff members will cover how to spend new sales tax revenue from the trails, arts and parks tax, the Heber Valley Airport, and a new eastern bypass road planned to be built this year.

Both meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday are open to the public and will invite public comment.

The retreat begins at 5 p.m. Wednesday and Tuesday at the Heber City Public Safety Building, 301 South Main Street. Links to full agendas and information for how to attend via Zoom are available at heberut.gov.

Ben Lasseter reports for KPCW in Wasatch County. Before moving to Heber City, Ben worked in Manti as a general assignment newspaper reporter and editor.